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Ask a Ranger Podcast
30 minutes | Aug 1, 2022
Ranger Lawson from Eno River State Park joins us to chat about Salamanders!
54 minutes | Jul 1, 2022
Exploring a Wildlife Refuge with Ranger Josh
Ranger Josh explains what a ranger does working for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service!!
55 minutes | Jun 1, 2022
The Black Park Ranger Experience
We chat with Ranger Daniel again! This time we talk about why he started the Black Park Ranger experience Instagram and why it’s important to tell these stories.
47 minutes | May 1, 2022
Ranger Daniel: LA City Parks
We chat with Daniel about his journey to rangering and what it’s like working in an park in LA!
30 minutes | Apr 1, 2022
Assistant County Ranger Jared
This month we chat with Jared who works for the NC Forest service!
31 minutes | Mar 1, 2022
NC Wildlife Educator CC King: Place Based Environmental Education
We chat with Wildlife Resources Commissions CC King on why place based education is crucial for our children and us as adults.
34 minutes | Feb 22, 2022
Park Superintendent Claude Crews: Working at Hammocks Beach State Park Part 2
20 minutes | Feb 15, 2022
Park Superintendent Claude Crews: Working at Hammocks Beach State Park in the Beginning of NC State Parks Career
14 minutes | Feb 8, 2022
Park Superintendent Claude Crews:Woolworth's Counter and Beginning of NC State Parks Career
Retired Park Superintendent Claude Crews shared with us his experience at the Woolworth Civil Rights sit in and how he got started as a park ranger with NC State Parks.
21 minutes | Feb 1, 2022
Superintendent Claude Crews; Part One: Hammocks Beach State Park History
Retired Park Superintendent Claude Crews talks with us about the early history of the land that becomes Hammock Beach State Park.
19 minutes | Jan 1, 2022
Internship with North Carolina State Parks with Battista
We chat with one of 2021s NC State Parks interns.
15 minutes | Dec 1, 2021
Jess and Crystal attend the Beetle Summer music fest and chat with some interesting Beetles
39 minutes | Nov 22, 2021
Freetown and Schaffer Tract Portion of Mayo River State Park
This episode is part of a series that will tell the histories of portions of Mayo River State Park before these tracts of land became the park. It is a brief synopsis of a larger history of the surrounding area.This is an early release as Fletcher's health is declining and we want to make sure he can hear his contribution. Thank you to our historians Fletcher Dalton, Bob Carter, and Kitty Williams. It was such a pleasure to sit and speak with you all.
43 minutes | Nov 1, 2021
Bess Beatles with Patrick Coin
We chat about Beetles with Patrick! Join us for fun conversation about what makes a beetle a beetle and how cool the Bess Beetle is!
36 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Kween Werk: Keep Widening Environmental Engagement Narratives
Please join us in fan girling out with the incredible Parker! Parker is an outspoken social media diva that focuses on environmental justice and social justice issues. We chat with her about The Inclusive Guide the project she is the COO of. The goal is to help folks identify safe and welcoming spaces. Please check out the great work being done! Follow her on instagram @KweenWerk and @inclusiveguide
38 minutes | Sep 1, 2021
An update on Rangers Crystal and Jess
Quick update on what we have been up to over the past year and a half!
32 minutes | Jul 17, 2021
Ranger Keith TikTok Star
We were lucky enough to chat with Ranger Keith of TikTok fame about how to start birding and his journey to being a ranger.
39 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
Ranger Luke endears us to Scotland Parks, Castles, and the Queen
We got to do our first ZOOM recording with our friend Luke who is a Ranger in Scotland! He tells us all about the different skills and tasks that are required of rangers there. He gets to work around castles and even the park by the palace that the Queen stays in!
40 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
Ranger Bryan on Loosing His “Cool” Card; A Pep Talk for parents getting back outdoors with their kids.
We chat with one of our faves! Ranger Brian! We have a fun discussion on what it means to introduce your young child to nature. Also a little bit about Crystal's cat Gidget!
28 minutes | May 1, 2021
The Three Sister Garden project with Ranger Jack
Ranger Jack sits down with us for a chat about the Three Sisters Garden he's growing at his park Historic Yates Mill County Park. We discuss how to set up the garden and the history behind using the 3 sisters as the foundation of a garden. If you have questions you can email Ranger Jack at firstname.lastname@example.orgNote: The original interview was done last year. Since the interview, we have educated ourselves on the preferred terminology of indigenous people rather than the terms Native American or American Indian.
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